A new kind of dairy free dessert is popping up in many states, and there are some new options in your grocery store.
Dairy Free Pudding is a recipe for dairy free pudding made with only butter and sugar.
The name might suggest it’s a little less fluffy, but it’s definitely not.
There’s a big difference in the texture of this creamy pudding and the ones you’ll find at most other grocery stores.
The butter and vanilla sugar are used in a way that’s not as thick and crumbly as traditional dairy free dumplings.
And the consistency of this dessert is much more dense.
The recipe for Dairy Free Dessert is just like the one you’d find in most dairy free grocery stores, except you’re adding milk instead of cream.
So, you might be wondering how dairy free and dairy free alternatives to dairy are getting so popular in this country.
To find out, we asked the experts at Dairy Free to tell us what’s behind the popularity of dairy-free dessert recipes and what’s driving the rise of these recipes.
The experts are: Kristi Smith, a professor of nutrition at The Ohio State University; and Jessica Stelzer, a nutritionist and senior fellow at the Center for Food Safety and Applied Nutrition.
The opinions expressed in this article are solely those of the authors and do not necessarily reflect the views of the U.S. Department of Agriculture.
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